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Some SUVs are made for the bush, or heavy towing, and some are little more than de-facto family transport. What's best?
Volvo: the anti-kudos Euro car. The safe option. But is there a dark side to Volvo ownership that few will acknowledge? Let's find out.
People buy SUVs to move people. It's a popular thing to do. But perversely there is an altogether better class of vehicle for moving people. Click here for more.
There are - literally - dozens of SUVs available today. How do you narrow down to a reasonable short list comprising the elite options?
Does Holden's Active Fuel Management System really work, and if so, can you please explain exactly how it saves fuel?
Are big fuel companies really ripping us off, or are Australians really just world-class whingers on the price of petrol? Let's find out.
Two cool sporty cars - but is there an objective case for choosing the Veloster Turbo over the MX-5, or vice-versa? Let's find out.
People often think they need to get the car serviced at the dealership where they bought the car. Let's go 100% 'Mythbusters' on that.
The Kia Carnival is - in many ways - objectively superior to a popular SUV for regular family duties. One lucky customer saved $6k+
After reading horror stories about panorama glass roof failures online, the big question: Should I buy one? How real are the reports?
What's in a name? Plenty: Levorg is a WRX wagon - a double-helping of awesome driving engagement with family friendliness thrown in.
The new Subaru Levorg has some aces up its sleeve: solid WRX performance fundamentals, and benchmark-thrashing value. And a silly name...
Are you a car buyer or an SUV buyer? People buy SUVs because they're the de facto family all-rounder wagon - but would a car be better?
SUVs come in all shapes and sizes - with different orientations, too. Some are hardcore offroad capable, and some aren't. Which one is right for you?
What does 'capped-price' servicing actually cover? Have I just been ripped off if they charged me extra to flush my brake fluid?
Using a car broker for dummies: Who pays who, how to manage the transportation and rego, and - most importantly - how much can you save?
Tucson turbo customer says he's perfected the art of smooth moves at low speeds from the transmission - but notes niggling flaws
Scores of SUVs from dozens of manufacturers - who can all offer 100 reasons why theirs is the best. What's the right - future proof - SUV?
Which small car is best for short distance driving - either diminutive Mazda, or something allegedly more upmarket, like a Merc A-Class?
Can this owner beat Ford and sidestep a five-figure repair bill when a critical computer fails in the transmission - and a service has been missed?
It's not quite like the movies, but you drive every day surrounded by a seething mass of zombies - thanks a lot, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg...
With 30-ish SUVs on the market - and every manufacturer alleging theirs is the best - how do you avoid the lemons and make the right choice?
With highway cruising on your agenda, what are the bets long-warranty, affordable diesel SUVs best suited to eating up highway kays?
OK - you love the performance of the fat 5.7 V8 Grand Cherokee, but you hate the crap reliability and worse support. What do you buy?
SUV versus people mover - the ultimate showdown between fashion and practicality. This one really is a battle between the head and the heart.
Choosing the right seven-seater SUV is a big decision - follow one such owner through the maze, before and after purchase.
Have you ever test-driven a car and hated the big, wide pillars in front, which hold the roof up? Have you ever wondered why they're not thinner?
Kia Carnival and Kia Sorento are two of the market's best 7+ seaters on objective consumer criteria - here's why.
People love to hate hydrocarbons - but the simple fact is: hydrocarbons do more good than harm, overwhelmingly, and are impossible to replace
You fall in love with a new car on the showroom floor, but you fall out of love in the service department. This is where the brand betrays you. Here's why.